With the support of Cazalys, police have installed a multimedia player with a television screen at the club to capitalise on our crime prevention themes with visual messaging. The capabilities…
Cazalys has made a $5,000 donation to The Reach Out For Ravenshoe Appeal. If you would like to support those affected by the Ravenshoe Caf© Explosion please visit www.givit.org.au to…
Cazalys $60,000 Community Fund
2017 Applications commence 2nd May 2017!
Each year Cazalys opens the $60,000 Community Fund Calling on all community groups and individuals doing exceptional work in the community to apply for grants as part of the Cazalys Community Fund. The Fund opens on the 2nd of May this year. The aim of the Fund is to “Better the lives of people in Far North Queensland” and gives grants to people and organisations who strive to make a difference. Up to $5,000 for organisations & up to $1,000 for individuals. This year we also have one $10,000 grant that organisations may apply for.
Application packs are made available here from the Cazalys website or from the club from 9am Tuesday the 2nd of May 2017. Fully completed applications with all supporting documentation must be received at Cazalys by 4pm Friday 7th July. No applications will be accepted after this time, no exceptions!
The 2016 winning applicants were:
Orginisations: Barron River Waterski Club Inc, Cairns Cardiac Cyclists Inc, Cairns Dragon Boat Club Inc, Cairns Junior Choral SocietyCairns PCYC, Cairns Surf Life Saving Club Inc, Cairns & District Senior Citizens Association, Cairns & District Squash Rackets Associated Inc, Cassowary Coast Branch Little Athletics, Coconut Outriggers Canoe Club Inc, Far North Queensland Youth Assistance Fund Inc, Lions Club of Edmonton, Nth QLD International Motor Racing Assoc, Northern Beaches Scout Group, Pyramid Residential Care Centre, Sporting Wheelies, Disabled Sport & Recretaion, Trinity Bay Dragon Boat Club, Trinity Beach Community Kindergarten, Whitfield Community Kindergarten Association Inc, Gordonvale Men’s Shed. Individual: Giulia Bortolanza
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